#1
I just tried to download unplug so I can download songs off of band's websites and things but apparently it is not compatable with Firefox 2.0.0.5. How can I make it work? Or is there another way to be able to download these songs?
Last edited by Beakwithteeth at Aug 26, 2008,
#5
Quote by Beakwithteeth
****, unplug I mean.


I know what you mean, just don't have much to contribute

All I can think of is find another extension, or downgrade FireFox. Give me an example website, so I can see what kind of embedding is used?
#7
Quote by Beakwithteeth
I just tried to download unplug so I can download songs off of band's websites and things but apparently it is not compatable with Firefox 2.0.0.5. How can I make it work? Or is there another way to be able to download these songs?


This isn't a plugin for firefox, but it does exactly the same thing.

Go to http://file2hd.com/ and type in the website you want to steal stuff from
#8
Quote by Beakwithteeth
Well everything just downloads as a quicktime movie, and I don't want to pa $30 to install the thingy to save them.


What?

Post a link to the site you're talking about.
#11
For those mp3s you can just right click and "Save Link As..." to download them to your computer.
#12
Quote by Beakwithteeth
I am not even stealing stuff it is stuff that bands have for download on their own site.


They only license you to stream it. It's like recording stuff off the radio
#13
Quote by markodeano1
They only license you to stream it. It's like recording stuff off the radio


No, you are allowed to download it. The firefox is just downloading as a quicktime movie which I can't actually save because I don't have quicktime pro. The same thing happened when I entered it into the site you linked.